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Industries / High Tech

The rapid development of Internet formats and cloud computing has profoundly changed the pattern of many industries, and they often play the role of disruptors. Many high-tech companies come from the field of information and communication, and they are the promoters of big data and cloud computing, and they are also the direct beneficiaries of high-tech development. But more high-tech companies still come from non-Internet industries such as biomedicine, clean energy, and equipment manufacturing.

 

However, with big data and cloud computing, as well as the widespread spread of Internet concepts, the more non-Internet industries, the more likely it is to usher in the most revolutionary changes. There are already high-growth companies tracking the latest developments in Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 will realize the ternary integration of human society, computers and the physical world. Through the real-time collection of big data, it will realize the extreme depiction of the real world, and the accuracy of product design, procurement, manufacturing, and marketing decisions, as well as service Timeliness and comprehensiveness have been raised to unprecedented heights. High-tech and high-growth companies have higher management efficiency and better organizational flexibility. They have the conditions and should pay more attention to the impact of big data, cloud computing and the Internet on the prospects of the industry, seize opportunities in time, and amid the emerging tide of new business formats Seize the commanding heights.

 

At the same time, with the continuous expansion of the scale of the company and the gradual expansion of the market, the company will have to face more complex product production, more diversified customer needs, and more intense market competition. However, rapid development has led to a lack of effective communication mechanisms between various departments of the company, leading to management difficulties such as long production cycles and slow capital turnover, and ultimately making the company's investment unable to obtain a reasonable return.

 

Therefore, enterprises will face greater and greater challenges in terms of costs and operations. Companies can formulate comprehensive cost plans, including cost structure analysis, cost forecasting, target planning, cost management, performance appraisal, etc., so as to establish cost advantages and expand profit margins. In addition, establishing a lean production management system, improving management efficiency, shortening production cycles, reducing labor costs, and improving product quality are undoubtedly one of the best ways for enterprises to relieve cost pressure and develop rapidly.